Bubo virginianus


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Noun1.Bubo virginianus - brown North American horned owlBubo virginianus - brown North American horned owl  
horned owl - large owls having prominent ear tufts
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Full-thickness mesh skin grafts in two great horned owls (Bubo virginianus).
(1994) Great horned owl 9.9 [+ or -] LABELLE et (Bubo virginianus) 2.4 al.
1989: Comparative food habits of the eagle owl Bubo bubo and the great horned owl Bubo virginianus in six Palearctic and Nearctic biomes.
Key words: Bubo virginianus, diet, environmental gradient, food niche breadth, Great Horned Owl, Oregon
Algunos roedores depredados por Bubo virginianus en estancia Chacayal, departamento Huiliches, provincia de Neuquen.
Nevertheless, Baker (1962) found owls, specifically Great Horned Owls (Bubo virginianus), to be one of the least effective avian predators near a cave in New Mexico.
jamaicensis (n = 1) and Bubo virginianus (n = 1); whereas trematodes eggs were found in Falco peregrinus (n = 2) and B.
Howard (1933) described this species based on material from Rancho La Brea previously thought to belong to Bubo virginianus. Wing bones of S.
Pygmy mice often are consumed by barn owls (Tyto alba) in Texas and Oklahoma (Baker, 1991; Kittredge et al., 2006; McDonald et al., 2006) and by great horned owls (Bubo virginianus) in southwestern Oklahoma (Kittredge et al., 2006; McDonald et al., 2006).
Species 1995 1996 1 -- Nycticorax violaceus -- 1(0.28) 2 -- Cathartes aura 8(2.46) 10(2.88) 3 -- Buteo jamaicensis 2(0.61) 1(0.28) 4 -- Falco sparverius -- 2(0.57) 5 -- Callipepla squamata 15(4.61) 4(1.15) 6 -- Zenaida macroura 23(7.07) 16(4.61) 7 -- Bubo virginianus 1(0.30) -- 8 -- Chordeiles acutipennis 26(8.00) 17(4.89) 9 -- Archilochus alexandri 3(0.92) 3(0.82) 10 -- Picoides scalaris 3(0.92) 11(3.17) 11 -- Empidonax minimus -- 2(0.57) 12 -- E.